Pixie Van Dimple takes part in The Sue Atkins Book Club Book Fair!!

The most wonderful thing happened recently! Yes! The Sue Atkins Book Club had it’s very own Book Fair! All us authors had a chance to present our books in a unique experience for us all. Hosted by Ian Gilbert of Independent Thinking, it was an invaluable opportunity to showcase our books, both for children and parents, and tell our own stories!

Some of us were a little nervous at the thought of a ‘live’ transmission, but Ian was the most engaging host and since his background is in education, he knows his stuff. He put us all at ease and made the whole experience a magical one for all of us. In fact Ian was a superhero that weekend hosting all the presentations back to back, for over 50 authors. Behind the scenes tech whizz and Super-Recording Ninja Nina Jackson was organising all the recordings, figuring out the real time and resolution, and taking screenshots of the highlights for us all! Amazing feat of technical engineering!

Featuring ‘Polymer Pixie’ and armed with a red wig and glasses, I enjoyed talking about my journey as an author and how the Pixie Van Dimple stories took shape. Pixie Van Dimple, aged 12, is an Ambassador for you kids out there, championing issues comcerning all kids of today, of which there are many! Pixie’s journey is only just starting so watch this space. In fact, if you have an issue you think should be thrust into the spotlight – maybe something YOU are passionate about, then let us know… we will read all the stories on our youtube channel! You never know, kids, you could be the next best selling author!

Contact us on: Pixie@lynn-mcallister.com

Published by lynnmcallisterauthor

Lynn lives in Twickenham with her family. She has worked in education for some years and was compelled to write about the current issues affecting the pre-teens of today, sensing a need to highlight the dangers of living in s technological bubble! Lynn originates from Lancashire and grew up in Lincolnshire, moving to London in the 1990's migrating from South East London to South West London over the years. Her girls provide the inspiration for the protagonist and heroine in the drama, Pixie Van Dimple! ...more

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